Every season there is something we can look forward to – the heat of the summer, holidays in the winter, spring blooms in April, but our favourite season to get excited about is fall. Not only is fall the season of the pumpkin spice latte, but fall is also a brand new time to pull off trendy new lip colours. Whether it is barely-there nudes, or full-throttle deep tones, the fall 2017 runways brought us some incredible lip inspo that we will definitely be trying this fall!
Ahh, the ever so beautiful blush pink, perfect for every day, but well suited for every occasion. This soft tone of pink can be worn to the office or to a swanky weekend dinner party. It’s extremely versatile and the proper shade looks incredible on everyone. This lipstick is certainly one that we will never want to lose sight of.
If you’re someone who isn’t a fan of the deep wine colour lipsticks, then berry is perfect for you. The flawless combination of red and purple creates an almost enchanting look. This is another shade that can be worn bundled up in a cozy knit or dressed up in an LBD – either way, gorgeous.
Being a massive fan of the nude lip, we couldn’t help but fall head over extremely high heels for this one. The caramel lipstick is a warmer take on the nude lip and creates a tiny bit of added colour to our day. This creamy brown is the ideal fall colour, not too light, not too dark!
Ok, in all seriousness, this colour deserves an award. Something we figured we would see more of in the spring/summer months, violet lips make a grand appearance this fall, and we love it. The bright purple creates an elegant pop without being overwhelming, it is oddly the perfect fall shade and we wouldn’t trade it for anything!
Will you be trying these lip trends this fall?
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